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A Schematic drawing of a section through the lower brain stem at the level of the repagulum. Degeneration is present in a line from the restiform body over the trigeminal area into the repagulum. b Nauta section of a. The repagulum is indicated by asterisks. c Detail of the preterminal degeneration in the repagulum, arrows Spinoreticular Projections 25 of a large caliber, are found as well as, among others, the rubrobulbospinal tract, which can be considered as part of the ventrolateral funiculus.
They arrive in the tegmental region just ventral to the motor trigeminal nucleus, where they somewhat diverge and can no longer be discerned. This invisibility is due to their once more changing direction in this area, from mediolateral to rostrocaudal. In horizontal sections they are seen to converge toward the ventrocaudal pole of the principal trigeminal nucleus, which they enter after traversing the rootlets of the trigeminal nerve. In transverse sections they are localized medial to the radix motoria of the trigeminal nerve, interposed between the trigeminal motor nucleus and the ventral spinocerebellar tract dorsally, and the lateral lemniscus ventrally (see also Usunoff et al.
No degenerated ﬁbers are found in the medial geniculate body itself. At pretectal levels the degeneration in and around the tip of the medial lemniscus appears to be minimal. A tremendous amount of preterminal degeneration in the lateral part of the ventral posterior nucleus of the thalamus is present (Fig. 2C, H5631). These spinothalamic terminations are characteristically arranged in clusters of terminals or “bursts” (Fig. 2C, a, b, c). In H5412 these bursts are not limited to the lateral part (Fig.